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good morning. coming up on today in the bay, a turf war as soccer players battle over the use of a field. they're not happy with the newcomers. we'll hear from a stunned dog owners after burglars not only took the goods but left his best friend for dead. if you're headed to the beach you'll have to keep an eye on the big wave. you're watching today in the bay. let's give you a live look outside. the heat skoming back. good morning. thank you for joining us. let's get a check of your
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microclimate forecast. good morning. >> good morning the you. fog free. a little hazy out there. kind of a sign of what's headed our way. when ever you look at this camera you can see the city of san francisco, that's how you know it's going to be warm day. look that the it's crystal clear. we don't have cloud in the sky. it will be a summer like afternoon. because of that we have a red flag fire warning that's in effect. if you're doing any hiking, camping, we strongly discourage any outdoor burning. we have two chance offense rain this upcoming week. the first in midweek and the second towards the weekend. today because of this area of high pressure it's going to be toasty everywhere. hard to escape the heat. maybe an ac day. 77 in san francisco. 93 in the north bay today. east shore and the tri-valley will climb near 90. the tri-valley be low 90s. maybe to spf and drink plenty of
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water. we're talking about dangerous heat. any time you want to get in the 90s take it easy. >> second week of october is still seeing warm temperatures. >> yes, and rain coming up. we begin this morning with a south bay burglary. a big story, not for what was taken but a what was left behind. a dog, beaten and bloody. tony said when he returned to his home on friday he realized it had been ransacked. he took this video of bloody paw prints around his home. he feared his dog had been killed. after searching everywhere in the home he finally found the dog hiding on the patio. tony says the burglars stole jewelry, a laptop and other electronics. what really upset him is what they did to his best friend. >> he was so bloody we couldn't recognize him. when i got home it was already
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dry. it was sticky all over his face and all over his chest. his paws were all bleeding. >> he's recovering after spending the night at an emergency vet hospital. police are now looking for two male suspects in their late teens or early 20s. officers say if they catch the suspects they will be charged with burglary and animal cruelty. an argument on a soccer field in the mission district caught on camera has now gone viral. the video appears to show several tech workers giving the boot to regular players because they didn't have a permit to be there. the turf fight hitting a nerve of people add some have complained tech workers are taking over the commission district. the video shows a group of men, including some wearing drop box t-shirts showing up to play. instead of joining the game the players who are regulars say the group showed paper work saying they reserved and paid for time at field and they wanted the other players out. >> we never thought there would be a permit in this area because
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we have been playing for more than ten years. the high-tech guys don't think you're going to take away our tradition, which is the mission. >> drop box has apologized saying we were disappointed to learn a couple of our employees weren't respectful to this community. new details this morning about a deadly house fire in the east bay. we're learning that oxygen tanks helped fuel that fire. flames first broke out around 3:00 yesterday morning. the 80-year-old man who died was trying to escape flames with the help of neighbor and his daughter. they were unable to get him out of the home. the daughter and neighbor were forced to leave him behind and wait for firefighters. >> they went in and looked for the victim while they were putting out the fire. unfortunately, the victim did parish in the hospital.
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>> victim's son and daughter were not seriously hurt. investigators believe an electrical problem started the fire. police say he started a fire that destroyed more than a hundred homes in the town of weed and this morning the man believed responsible for the fire is behind bars. ronald bow marshal was arrested on felony arson charges. he was a person of interest throughout the investigation. the 516 acre fire destroyed almost 150 homes and structures in the small city of weed and more than 1,000 people were forced to evacuate for days. dozens of other homes were badly damaged. marshal is now being held on a quarter billion dollars of bail. home again at last. that's the story for hundreds of people evacuated after the apple gate fire this week. they're being warned not to get too comfortable. the fire is 67% contained after
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four days of intense fighting. evacuatored homeowner say they are happy to be back but they remember the fear they felt when ordered to leave with only what they could carry in their cars. >> we were scared. no firefighters and both onramps were burning, we were scared out of our minds. i left so much. you keep thinking there's so much i didn't grab that you don't want to lose. you got to go but you don't want to lee it. >> firefighters say they are optimistic but cannot give residents the final clearance yet. they are still concerned about the dry windy conditions expected today. a developing story out of dallas this morning. a second case of ebola has been diagnosed in the u.s. a health care worker who treated an ebola patient tested positive for the virus. the worker provided care for thomas eric duncan. duncan died there last week. the health care worker reported a low grade fever friday night
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and was isolated. preliminary test results came back last night. they are positive for ebola. people who had contact with the worker after symptoms emerged will be monitored based on their exposure. yesterday health screenings began at jft international airport aimed at stopping the disease. on thursday stepped up screening will start at four other international airports. u.s. customs officials leased photos of agents with the equipment they will be using to screen passengers for signs of illness. passengers arriving from liberia and guinea have their temperatures taken with in touch t thermometers. >> no matter how many of these procedures are put into place, we can't get the risk to zero. that will not be the case.
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this additional layer should add a measure of security and assurance to the american public. >> on friday a plane from new york was quarantined in las vegas after reports that passenger threw up. no ebola was detected. the president was in town for barely a full day but he raised quite a chunk of change for the dnc. we'll show you how much and the mixed reactions from neighbors that wanted the fund raisers. a look at fleet week from the blue angels to the commissioning of a new ship. we'll show you, next.
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mplg thest going to be a hot one this sunday. no fog, no clouds in the sky meaning we are going to be set
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for some very warm temperatures today. two bay area fund raisers in under 24 hours and president obama was on his way back to washington. friday protesters greeted the president outside the w hotel but saturday morning's fund-raiser was quiet. quiet but pricey at $32,000 a person. 25 people attended the round table inside the 18 million dollar mansion, which is up for sale. one of the guests was craig newmark of craigslist. some neighbors were curious and excited while others were annoyed. >> in parking. you can't park. >> people get excited. there's a lot of cameras come out. >> nationally the president's approval rating is in the low 40s. it's still a source of very reliable one of campaign money for his party. the highlight of fleet week, the blue angels took to the skies this weekend.
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fans turned out by the tens of thousands to watch the jets perform their spectacular many maneuve maneuvers. the blue angels team was started in 1946. some of the original techniques are still used in shows like yesterday. they are still leaving audience members awe struck. >> i thaought it was pretty awesome. it's amazing how precise they are and stuff. it's cool. >> this is my first time seeing them. >> what did you think? >> i thought it was amazing. >> what did you see them do? >> go over the bridge. a few tricks. that was pretty neat for me. >> you can get another look at the blue angels in action today at 3:00 p.m. also as part of fleet week the uss america was commissioned for ceremony.
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the warship's motto is prepared in and for peace. an interesting fact, the ship has a hybrid electric propulsion shipment. dozens of wounded veterans concluded a remarkable bike ride yesterday. friends and family were on hand in southern california to congratulate participants on the ride to recovery challenge. the ride started last weekend here in the bay area and covered close to 500 miles over seven days. many of the riders were veterans injured in combat. still ahead on today in the bay, with the recent arrests of the 49ers stadium prompting questions about the reputation of fans versus. waking up to clear skies this morning across the entire bay area.
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beautiful sunrise. it's going to feel like summer today, fall this week and a chance of rain.
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let's give you a live look outside at freemont and take you over to san francisco international airport. couple of chances for rain. anthony will give you a heads up. it seems like rowdy and violent fan incidents are associated with oakland raiders fans and not the 49ers. last sunday's bathroom brawl wasn't the first time we heard of niners fans getting out of control. in this morning's reality check we look at the numbers to figure out whether it's raiders or niners fans that get into more trouble at home games. >> reporter: raiders fans get
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called out for their tendencies. capable of less than behavior. two central valley men knocked fallow fan unconscious reportedly over use of a stall the question is requesting does oakland have the rougher fan base? we did some digging to those in odot co coliseum. we found through three games at the coliseum two pre-season contests and a regular season bout oakland's police department report an average of 12.3 arrests per game. the niners by comparison have played five games at levi stadium, two remember season and two pregames have racked up 25.2 arrests per game.
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that's double the rate of raider nation. it turns out fans of the silver and black are more well mannered, civil even than the 49er faithful, at least that's what the arrest reports indicate at this point of the season. >> law enforcement officials at both stadiums say the vast majority of arrests are for nonviolent incidents like being drunk in public. we have warning for the beach goers and folks doing any hiking today. we'll break it all down. we'll start off first with the red flag fire warning. this is for the dangerous threat that we have because we're talking about the gusty winds that will be with us today. winds will be gusting anywhere from 30 to 40 miles per hour especially above the hills a, 0 thousands feet or higher.
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this is where we have the greatest threat for wildfires. the other thing we're tracking is this area of high pressure sitting across the pacific. this is what's driving the gusty winds. it's going to drive the offshore winds that will kick up the waves. because of the winds we're looking at waves that could exceeds 12 to 18 feet. yesterday there was 13-foot r rays. today higher because of that on shore wind. you want to make sure you turn your back on the water today. as you will see some of those waves even though they will billow out they can rush in and really inendate the beach and the sandy part of the beach. don't turn your back on the waves. keep an eye on little ones. when high tide comes in you're not enundated with the waves. we're talking about temperatures near 90 in san jose today. even in palo alto you'll be
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scorching near 90. east shore you'll be close to 88. san francisco, you can see starting off clear. 77 expected there. if you're heading down to see the blue angels remember the spf. it's going to feel warm by the bay. north bay, wine country expecting low 90s for today. we want to zoom ahead for tomorrow. even though it will be toasty tomorrow it will be a system sitting off the coast about 200 miles. this is a cold front. it's not expected to impact the entire bay area. what we'll being looking at as we move through the day this system getti intin inting close. tuesday even most likely from the golden gate. i think the north bay will see the better chance of seeing this rain tuesday night into wednesday morning. another system actual the remnants of hurricane or typhoon
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vongfong, you may have heard about that making landfall in japan. by friday we'll be looking at another chance of shower activity. that will linger through saturday. in the north bay want to give you a quick recap. this is what we'll be focusing on the most concentrated place. today again 90s. tomorrow a little bit cooler. back into the 80s but still very summer like to start off the workweek. by tuesday is when things really drop off. the cold front moves through. the north bay you'll see the best chance of any shower activity tuesday night into wednesday morning. this will look for like this and then as we head into thursday and friday with that next chance of rain coming in temperatures stay cool. i want to show you the rainfall amounts because this is what we'll be tracking over the week or so. you can see yesterday's rainfall amounts not all that impressive. as this rain event gets each and every day closer more than half
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an inch. over the past couple of times we've seen rain the computer models have underdone this. looks like we'll see a good amount of rain come here on this week. the first shot comes tuesday but more so tuesday night and into friday and saturday. even though it's toasty today just hang on. it will cool off and feel a little more like fall as we get towards thursday and friday. back to you. looking forward to it. coming up on today in the bay. >> if you can't laugh at yourself then you got a problem. >> policing the police can be a stressful job but this woman found a way to relax while helping her community at the same time. it's a story that will basic you bay area proud. mmm! ya! warm, flaky, gooey, toaster strudel! now, with more fruit! ring ring! progresso! i can't believe i'm eating bacon and rich creamy cheese before my sister's wedding. well it's only 100 calories, so you'll be ready for that dress.
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uh-huh... you don't love the dress? i love my sister... 40 flavors. 100 calories or less. trying to mislead you about the effects of proposition 46. well here's the truth: 46 will save lives. it will save money too. i'm bob pack, and i'm fighting for prop 46 because i lost my two children to preventable medical errors and i don't want anyone else to lose theirs. the three provisions in 46 will reduce medical errors and protect patients. save money and save lives. yes on 46.
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900 police officers sworn to
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protect them. there's one woman this wants to make sure they do it by the rules. george lordes is the independent auditor. it's off the job but as we say in today's bay area proud she brings some hidden talents. >> she is using those talents to benefit others. in this case the independent police auditor's team leadership council. her office is the only one in the country with a similar group of teenage advisors. it's apparently not the only thing you you dmeunique about t she runs her off. >> on november 13th, the santa clara attorney. >> she seems drawn to a very serious job.
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this following a 20-year career as a judge. presiding over the most serious of cases. >> we have to make a lot of very heavy decisions. i've sentenced people to life in prison which means death. they couldn't get out. >> the judge admits it can take a toll on those who haven't found way to relieve the stress. she found her way one day while presiding over what she now admits was a very dull trial. >> came out of boredom. i was bored. i doodled. >> doodled things on the bench. she was enducouraged to do more. she hasn't done since taking her
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new job until now. judge cordell is at the drawing table once again. her specialty, visual puns in colored pencil. each cartoon depicting a common police term. a bullet flying through a coffee mug. >> it was an outlet to poke fun at the legal system, poke fun at judges, poke fun at the law. >> it's a sense of humor many are surprised to find in someone with such a respectable resume. >> if you can't laugh at yourself then you got a problem. >> if you'd like to order one of judge cordell's calendars, you can find a link on our website. more news ahead on today in the bay. how much will race effect the
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upcoming elections in california? our political analyst will answer that question and much more in just a few minutes. also, new worries about the flu. what may be behind a shortage of flu vaccines that's forcing patients to wait for treatment.
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thanks for joining us for this second half hour of today in the bay on sunday morning. let's give you a live look and thank you for joining us. we'll look at the microclimate forecast and a lot of changes in store for us and chance of rain. >> it's hard to believe we'll be talk about temperatures in the 90s and chances of rain. we have lots to go over. we're taking about the smaller details. let's start it off summer like
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this afternoon. we'll see temperatures the warmest and we have the red flag fire warning if you live in the hills 1,000 feet. it's highly discouraged today. that remains in effect through tomorrow. we have the two chances of rain coming up this week. most likely most of you will see one. if you live in the north bay you'll see both of those chances tuesday night and on friday. the big waves are here once again today. we saw waves up to 13 feet. expecting most of those across the bay area beaches today. don't turn your back on the water. it's going to be a toasty day. 77 in san francisco today. 90 in the south bay and livermore. tri-valley expecting low 90s. it's going to be hot. tomorrow cooler weather. the chance of rain coming up on tuesday. >> that's what we mean when we talk about micro climate forecast. >> i lived in st. louis three years before this and if it was
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70 in st. louis, it was 70 everywhere else. >> got to love this in the middle part of the country. having your home burglarized is a violation that would leave anyone shaken up but what happened to a south bay man was much worse after he found his four legged best friend beaten and blooded. tony said when he returned to his home on friday he realized it had been ransacked. he took this video of bloody paw prints around his home. he feared his dog was killed. after searching everywhere inside the house he found the dog on the patio. the burglars stole jewelry, a laptop and other electronics. what upset him most is what they did to his best friend. >> he was so bloody you couldn't recognize him. when i got home it was already dried. it was sticky all over his face. >> he's recovering after
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spending the night at a vet hospital. police are now looking for two male suspects in their late teens or early 20s. officers say if they are arrested the men will be charged with burglary and animal cruelty. an argument on a soccer field in the mission district caught on camera has gone viral. the video apyres to show several tech workers picking the regular pick up players off the field. the turf fight is hitting a nerve with people as some complain tech workers are taking over the mission district. it shows a group of men wearing drop box t-shirts showing up to play. instead of wanting to join the game the players who are regulars says the group showing paper work saying they reserved and paid for time at that field. they wanted the others to go. >> we never thought there would be a permit in this area. we've been playing for more than ten years. you're high-tech guys don't
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think you're going to take away our tradition which is the mission. there drop box has apologized saying we were disappointed to learn a couple of our employees were not respectful to this community. new details this morning about a deadly house fire in the east bay. we are learning that oxygen tanks helped fuel the fire. it happened in hayward at a home where one of the residents had tanks of oxygen for a medical condition. flames first broke out around 3:00 yesterday morning. the 80-year-old man was trying to escape with the help of a neighbor and his daughter but they were unable to get him out in time. >> they went in to look for the victim while putting out the fire. the victim did parish in the fire. >> the neighbor was taken to the hospital to be treated for burns. the victim's son and daughter were not seriously hurt. investigators believe an electrical problem started that fire. a developing story out of dallas this morning. a second case of ebola has been diagnosed in the u.s.
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a health care worker who treated an ebola patient tested positive for the virus. the worker provided care for thomas eric duncan. duncan died there last week. the health care worker reported a low grade fever friday night an isolated. preliminary test results came back last night and they are positive. this is significant. it's the first person to person transmission of the disease in the u.s. people who had contact with the worker after symptoms emerged will now be monitored based on their potential exposure. there are also concerns this morning there may be a shortage of flu vaccinevaccines. doctors officers are reporting they have not received all of their injectable vaccine supplies fp shortage is being blamed ed on a manufacturing de. some patients may have to wait. >> it makes us concerned as doctors and pediatricians.
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we want to protect our patients and the timing of it is important. >> the cdc says supplies of the injectable vaccine should awe rooif by halloween. there's plenty of the nasal flu mist. you have to wait a few weeks for the injectable vaccine doctors say getting the vaccine late is always better than not getting it at all. the battle for the syrian border city kobani raged on this weekend. u.s. air strikes appear to have done little to blunt the isis offensive. nbc news chief foreign correspondent reports from turkey on growing fears of a massacre in the city. >> reporter: in kobani, which is a syrian city right on the turk irk board, there's believed to be about 700 trapped inside the city. many unable to escape the city even though it's been under assault for about a month now by
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isis fighters. there's probably several thousands defenders of kobani who are trying to prevent the city from falling and perhaps as many as 12,000 other civilians hold up in another area just outside the city of kobani. they are all at risk because the isis militants have surrounded kobani on three sides. they are trying to encircle completely and fighting street to street in the city itself and have already begun posting images onlines and posting them on social media that are very difficult to look at. we haven't been able to verify them but they do seem to be taken by militants inside kobani and show beheadings. they show isis fighters posing by piles of bodies. piles of bodies being put into pickup truck. this could be the beginning.
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richard engel, nbc news. protesters in st. louis, missouri and ferguson are branding this weekend a weekend of resistance. if you remember ferguson is where michael brown was shot and killed by police officers two months ago. thousands from around the country are taking part in rallies and marches. they say the goal is to finally bring justice to the family of the slain 18-year-old. >> here for justice for mike brown. the organizers here have done a great job so far. we want to be able to come here and answer the call for support. >> the officer who shot the unarmed teen has not been charged with a crime. a grand jury is now reviewing evidence in that case. still to come-on today in the bay, madison and the giants kick off the nlcs in record setting fashion. the highlights are next.
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two years ago the giants and cardinals squared off. last night the rematch got under way in st. louis. let's go to the top of the second bases loaded. two batters later one is ripped to third. too hot to handle. that was more than enough for madison. the giants ace set the record for the longest scoreless inning streak on the road in post-season history at 26 grams. take the opener 3-0. >> this time of year you know you have to be on with your location and the command. we're just focused on it from the start and the bull pen everything seem to be working pretty good. you know against team like this any team left right now but especially the cardinals you can't make any mistakes too.
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they will make you pay. >> he's been on a role. he's pitching off his fast ball. has good command. knows how to expand with that. when he's going like he was tonight he's tough. >> to the ice now. the sharks back at the tank hosting the winnipeg jets. mark edward gives san jose the early lead and a few minutes later he gets into the act. then in the second period it is patrick marlow's turn. he scored on the break away. the sharks go onto win 3-0. they are 2-0 on the season. today in the bay is back in two minutes. election day just around the corner. our political analyst joins us to discuss why ethnicity may play a big role in this year's elections. there's lots to do today in the bay. it's not until next weekend we have the great half-moon bay pumpkin festival. the organizers of next week's
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safeway world championship pumpkin way off will present a special screening of the rise of the giants. the feature link documentary about people who grow these giant pumpkins. the event today from 5:00 to 9:00 in outback. a movie plus barbecue plus meet and greet for a bargain. kids are just $10 if you buy ahead. go to rides of the giants movie.com. in san francisco mission district today that continues the bay area cuban festival at the mission cultural center. this year it's dedicated to ancestors and will showcase the music and dance and arts of the cuban culture. ban workshops for a fee. in the theater there's an all day jam session. finally, from celebrating one nation to one celebration of world cultures in el viso.
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just off 237 david cortez presents day on the bay. there will be free pumpkins, free burgers as well and free flu shots all while supplies last. kayaking in the slue. arts crafts and entertainment and click on the events tab. i'll show you the commute from your home location to work location from my traffic location right here on today in the bay.
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mpl race may play an unusual role in next month's election. larry, really interesting take you have this morning for us on how ethnicity will factor into an election year where we don't have a presidential contest. you're saying it may not factor in at all. >> it may be factoring out rather than factoring in. they are likely to be a solid a
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minority of california's voters. take a look at the ethnic break down. non-hispanic whites, 44%. latinos, 33. asian americans falling down there all the way to native american and others. there are more non-hispanic whites add up to 56% compared to whites. that's a big difference. they're 43% of the population. that's the problem. >> larry, we're talking about more non-whites than whites in california. we haven't seen non-white voters turning out. >> that's the essence of this
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whole issue. now you see non-hispanic whites which are a minority of the population, 62% of the voters. african-american 6%. all the way down the line. in every category except african-americans the percentages of expected minority voters go down dramatically. there are consequences here. generally whites are more a afflue affluent. the outcomes on those races may be quite different than the original numbers might suggest. >> these are really interesting to look at this breakdown in this way of what the population is versus what the expected voter turn out is. what do you think accounts for the discrepancy. >> there are a lot of factors but a couple really stand out. large number of minority californians are not yet citi n
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citizens so they can't vote. this is an offer year election which means the turn out will be lower than in presidential election years. that means less affluent people are less likely to vote because they don't see the importance. >> larry what i'm getting here is this take away is really counter intuitive even though white voters are in the minority in the pop youlatiulation. they are likely to be represented when it comes to the voter turn out. >> it may be a whole lot reflective of the white minority than the ethnic majority.
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you know what, not going to be this year. >> it's very interesting. in my own family i have to have that conference with my parents. they wanted to sfloet a med term election. the president we're not deciding the president. why should we go to the polls. i've got them signed up for the vote by mail. it makes it a little easier. that's one way to overcome that gap and get everyone represented at the polls. >> sooner or later. first in generation, second generation don't think about voting. they think about putting food on the table. as we get along, third, fourth, fifth generation that's when we'll see the minority voters equal the whites. >> thank you for your time this morning. stay with us. a teen asks his date on national television. we will introduce you to the
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south bay girl that inspired it. that's next. waking up to clear skies across the entire bay area. temperatures will warm up very quickly today. feeling more like summer. we have a chance of rain. we'll break it down for you after this break. insurance companies are spending millions of dollars trying to mislead you about the effects of proposition 46. well here's the truth: 46 will save lives. it will save money too. i'm bob pack, and i'm fighting for prop 46 because i lost my two children to preventable medical errors
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and i don't want anyone else to lose theirs. the three provisions in 46 will reduce medical errors and protect patients. save money and save lives. yes on 46.
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welcome back. 7:53 the time now. i want to get you up to speed with your sunday forecast. we have a red flag fire warning. that's going to remain into effect all day today into monday morning. this is where we'll see the greatest threat for anymore wildfire that could break out because the winds will be gusty. i saw that mt. diablo had a wind gust of 47 miles per hour. it's going to be windy all day long especially in the hills above 1,000 feet. the other thing because of the strong wind and it's offshore we got big waves headed this way for all of our bay area beaches. 18 feet today.
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yesterday point there was wave height of 13 feet. you want to use caution if you'll be headed out across the beach today. we have a big area of high pressure heading across the pacific. that's why we're seeing the wind and waves. it's pushing all of our storm activity to the north. you can see the clouds around it going right towards oregon and the offshore wind coming right here. with the offshore winds today just expect it to be very warm. you can see the highs today will be downright summer like. 93 in the north bay. 77 in san francisco. east bay at 88. tri-valley will be our warmest at 93 degrees. really once we get towards noon and points after it will feel hot outside. remember the spf if you have to work outside. it's going to be a scorcher of
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day. the typhoon vongfong. this thing, the remnants of it is headed toward. nor will we see the tropical storm nature of this. a mid latitude cyclone so what will happen at typical cold fronts will come through and produce heavy rain. if you live in the north bay we'll see a chance for showers sooner than that. in fact, it will be a little bit of shower activity. that will come through tuesday and wednesday. that's what will be responsible for dropping our temperatures back into the 70s for the north bay. by tuesday and wednesday the
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first chance of rain comes through but by friday and saturday that's when we're looking at it so you can see this was yesterday's rain estimate. look what happens today. you can see the computer modelling really bungling things up. it will get more than half an inch in the north bay. some locations will get close to two inches. while it won't be a whole bunch of rain it will be a quarter of an inch. we're in this desperate drought. we could use every bit of rain we could get. we'll keep tabs as we head through the upcoming week. you'll see the first chance of rain. i don't think everyone will see that one. friday into saturday of this upcoming week is when we'll see a better chance of shower activity. it looks pretty good. >> i read somewhere if we had rain every single day from now till the end of the year we still wouldn't have enough rain to cover the drought situation. >> you don't want that. you talk about flash flooding. wooem take a bit at a time.
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we'll take do you an nbc bay area follow up. once student decided to put the pressure by asking her to the dance. >> it's an important question, what do you want to ask? >> back in san jose california. >> she's watching? >> she's watching. >> i love it. claire said yes. how could she not. look at that. so happy. that was 15-year-old tyler. he gave her the invitation. there they are before last night's very big dance. the school says a date were not required but students were asked to dress up and they are dressed to the nines. hope they had a good time. what is up with this one upmanship. one of our friends posted on facebook that a kid had a build a bear and said homecoming would be unbearable without you. creative. chivalry is not dead.
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this morning on "meet the press", the ebola outbreak, a second case in the united states as a texas health care worker tests positive for the virus after treating thomas eric duncan, the very first person to die of ebola in the country. the politics of fear. >> we have an ebola outbreak and bad actors who can come across the border. >> are politicians pushing the panic button in a last-minute effort to win in november. and the war against isis. the u.s. talks tough. >> we will follow them to the gate cans of hell. >> but

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